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The Road


By – Suleiman Murkthar Every scar told a story, every tear scratch and patch. The road spoke in words unlike men, it will come in the singing swirling sounds of the wind, it will come with the dancing trees, the swaying grass that lies on the sidewalk. It screams in …

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About Failure


By – Nina Esperanza Here are a couple of things nobody will ever tell you about failing {like trying over and over and failing} [1] Failure bores its teeth deeper than anyone will ever know. [2] After a good number of failures there is a high possibility youll grow bitter …

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The Shadow


By – Linda Ibeh The shadow is the unknown dark side of ourpersonality-dark because it tends to consist predominantly of the primitive, negative, socially or religiously depreciated human emotions and impulses like sexual lust, power strivings, selfishness, greed,envy,angeror rage, and due to its unenlightenednature, completely obscured from consciousness, whatever we …

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When You Get To Rome


By – Crystal Chinonye Over time we have heard it said over and over again, When you get to Rome, behave like the Romans but I will rather tell you When you get to Rome, behave like you. it could be quite difficult to adhere to my instruction especially in …

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The Root Of All Evil


By – Kayode Ipadeola In norms, a great amount of focus is placed on those with the belief that money is not evil. Some view this encouragement of money as a promotion of selfishness overlooking the true meaning of the hard work-that-paid-off and its underlying messages that motivate diligence. In …

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Rewarding Determination


By – Joyce Paulsen Its always an exciting week for me each time I begin my week with challenging but definite goals and end my week achieving them. Mehn, I feel high. Theres just that feeling of fulfillment and confidence that follows goal accomplishment. Well, that was my experience last …

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E Don Dear; Its More Expensive

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By – Andrew Mejire Etoh A few days after Onajites relocation from the north back to the city of Warri, he sets out with the dual intention of getting acquainted with the environs and locating the closest major market, he strolls down the road and boards the local commercial tuke-tuke …

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Oribim; The Series; Part 4

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By – Richard Dappa So you people want to act like you were working all day abi, not possible I will tell my brother everything that has happened today. A cold breeze enveloped me when I heard this from her and before I could proceed to beg her, I heard …

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Body Shaming


By – Jamylah Yusuf ‘you are fat o! ‘,”you no dey chop? “, ” I don’t like fat girls “. ” He looks like he has aids”. We say all this and more. Sometimes, it is our idea of small talks or making a conversation, or even a honest opinion …

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